From the roots up – How agroecology can feed Africa

From the roots up – How agroecology can feed Africa

Type: Reports
Date: 3 March 2015
Campaigns: Food

From the roots up report coverSympathy with organic food production is at an all-time high. Perhaps “It’s a nice idea, when you can afford it” sums up the approach of many people. But extending these principles of production to the whole food system? It just doesn’t seem practical. There are an awful lot of people to feed in the world and, if you’re hungry, you don’t care much about the niceties of how the food was produced.

Our new report shows that not only can small-scale organically produced food feed the world, but it can do so better than intensive, corporate-controlled agriculture. As a matter of fact, it already is feeding millions of people. What we’re talking about isn’t a set of farming techniques. We’re talking about who controls our food supply and how that power is used.

A high resolution version (38MB PDF) is available for download here.

A short briefing, On Solid Ground, is also available.

Download: From the Roots Up: How agroecology can feed Africa

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